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News to know: Microsoft vs. Amazon; Cracking wireless LANs; iPhone; AMD

Notable headlines:Mary Jo Foley: Sources: Microsoft readying sphere-shaped SurfaceMicrosoft launches its alternative to Amazon's SimpleDBGeorge Ou: New tool cracks most enterprise wireless LANsForbes: Gates no longer the richest manJohn Morris: Samsung bets on SSDs and mobile hard drivesPhotos: Cracking open the MacBook AirLarry Dignan: Does Adobe really need the iPhone?
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Written by Larry Dignan, Contributing Editor on

Notable headlines:

Mary Jo Foley: Sources: Microsoft readying sphere-shaped Surface

George Ou: New tool cracks most enterprise wireless LANs

Forbes: Gates no longer the richest man

John Morris: Samsung bets on SSDs and mobile hard drives

Photos: Cracking open the MacBook Air

Larry Dignan: Does Adobe really need the iPhone? Not really

Garett Rogers: Google is about to let you sync with your Outlook

Google: Contacts API has landed

George Ou: AT&T's degrading service and my landlord's ban on Comcast

Heather Clancy: Are green IT services the new Y2K boondoogle? Ballmer: Microsoft is thinking green. James Farrar: PWC On Tech Sector Going Green: Efficiency, Ambivalence and Pretty Pictures

Christopher Dawson: My Singularity wish list

Computer science departments expanding focus and enrollment

Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: AMD/ATi Catalyst 8.3 display drivers released - Making a compelling case for Vista.

Gallery (right).

Michael Krigsman: Reducing IT failures with project portfolio management

Paul Murphy: Costs: Wintel vs. open source. Dana Blankenhorn: Murphy's law, or why WinTel wins

Mix '08:

Yahoo ditches March 13 Microsoft proxy war deadline

Dana Blankenhorn: Will privacy keep Health 2.0 from the starting gate?

Dennis Howlett: Veotag demonstrates video value

News.com: Web 2.0 VC to startups: Your income is noise

Janice Chen: Olympus announces E-420, the most compact DSLR to date

TechTrader Daily: Intel: Otellini Says 53% Drop In NAND Pricing In Q1; Sharp Fall Affects Inventory As Well As Unit Pricing

David Morgenstern: Parallels opens up Server Beta program

Great news for Microsoft: Zunes stolen!

Rik Fairlie: How much performance gain can you expect from a Draft-N router?

Dana Gardner: Cloud computing for enterprises, work it through your head

Joshua Greenbaum: Making Web 2.0 Safe for the Enterprise: TOS Ã la PBWiki

Roland Piquepaille:Give your computer the sense of touch

Sony: U.S. electronics sales still solid

IT Facts: x86 server market grew 7.6% in Q4 2007
Microsoft plays with new non-Windows OS; If only it could start from scratch
AT&T to invest $1 billion worldwide

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